Braums Ice Rink

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There's no better way for you to experience the fluidity of motion generated by ice than by heading to the ice rink. Skating on ice is one of the most loved winter activities ever. Oklahoma City has one just for its residents and the visitors who throng to the city - Braums Ice Skating Rink.



Opening in front of the Civic Center Music Hall, on the Grand Lawn in December, the Braum's Ice Rink is one of the most important additions to Downtown OKC. Measuring 62 feet by 150 feet, the rink easily classifies as one of the largest outdoor rinks in the Southwest. It also means that the new rink is larger than last year's. It was the immense popularity of the earlier version that prompted the creation of a larger rink this year. The additions this year include greater accommodation for guests. The larger area of the rink will help skaters display more of their moves. Shiny new skates are also available for rent for participants, from toddlers to adults.



For a two-hour session and skate rental the cost is $8. If you bring your own skates you're only charged $5. Refreshments at the Braum's Ice Rink Café include coffee, soda, hot cocoa, hamburgers, hot dogs and ice cream. Visitors can enjoy action at the rink along with their friends and family. Group tickets are offered for private parties. The rink is open from noon to 10 PM everyday from November 23 through January 1 and doesn't close on holidays. The rink is also close to major hotels that arrange shuttle services to important destinations in the city.



The Braums Ice Rink is only one of many Downtown in December festivities and attractions in Oklahoma City. The others include OGE Garden Lights at the Myriad Botanical Gardens, Holiday Lights and Oklahoman Mayors Holiday Tree at the Bricktown Canal, and many more.



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